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Helen Moore is a Specialist Radiologist, and Partner at Auckland Radiology Group. She is an Otago medical graduate (1992) and completed her radiology post graduate training in Auckland in 2000. She held a fellowship position in MRI at the Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne in 2002. She also works as a Consultant Radiologist in the Body imaging department at Auckland City Hospital.

Dr Moore has particular expertise in Body Imaging, including Gastrointestinal Radiology and CT Colonography, Gynaecological Imaging including Oncology, Endometriosis and Advanced Pelvic Floor Ultrasound, and Cardiac CT. She is a friendly, approachable radiologist who thoroughly enjoys her profession, and the ongoing learning and teaching involved with her work.

Dr Moore runs CT Colonography (CTC) accreditation workshops for Australia/NZ, most recently February 2017, and has lectured widely on this topic in the medical community, and published scientific papers. She is a member of the Northern Bowel Cancer Tumour Stream, the National Bowel Cancer Working Group, and Northern Gynaecological Cancer Tumour Stream, and is on the RANZCR CTC Committee. She is also a member of the Cardiovascular Imaging Special Interest group of RANZCR, and European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology

She has served on the executive committee of ARGANZ (Abdominal Radiology Group of Australia and NZ) from 2009 till 2011, organizing annual educational meetings to further Body imaging in Australia and NZ, and remains an active member of this group, most recently Chairing lecture sessions in 2017.

She is also a member of the Cardiovascular Imaging Special Interest group of RANZCR, and European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology.

Dr. Moore was a subeditor for QUDI (Quality Use of Diagnostic Imaging) program of the RANZCR (Royal Australian and NZ College of Radiologists) and currently serves as a reviewer for the JMIRO, NZMJ and BMJ publications.